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Morning-ish Papers (aka "A Bird's Eye View of a Day in the Life of a Multi-Tasking Procrastinator")

(started around 10:54AM)

I just sat down to write.

Tangent: thought of a title and storyline earlier today, so noting it. 1,218 more words


Text in a Video Age

According to a study commissioned for the Interactive Advertising Bureau of Canada (IAB Canada), Internet video accounts for the largest use of the Internet and it’s growing – this is a significant recent development.  433 more words


Turning on the fans. Not the spinning ones. What're your thoughts?

It occurred to me that I’m been doing this a while now, proudly upholding a title bestowed on me by a reader; Wordsmith. 160 more words

Tilf And Trick.

“His imagination must not be married to real power.”

The Republican who ran for President in 2012, Mitt Romney, strongly spoke out against the Republican who wants to run in 2016, Donald Trump.

Trump has been a fascinating, polarizing, and outrageous character in this election cycle.  533 more words


Speaking without Saying Anything: Jehovah’s Witnesses Edition

The subject of this post is a statement by one of the leaders of the Jehovah’s Witnesses.  The point of this post is not to get into the religion itself, which can be considered controversial, or its adherents and its opponents.  662 more words


Writing Is A Bad Habit: She did that, then she did this. She did those too. a.k.a. Repetitive Sentence Structures

Usually, the simplest way to say something is the best.  I know, I have little room to speak, as I love to turn a phrase just to do it.   421 more words


How to Write a Novel in Three Months

Yes, that’s right. I’m going to give you the secret, handed down from the writing gods. It is the secret you have climbed this mountain to find, young supplicant, through the freezing glaciers, without climbing gear and bearing a rare flower in your teeth, just to prove your worthiness. 2,946 more words

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